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Are you thinking what i'm thinking?

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5y, 11m agoPosted 5 years, 11 months ago
FLASHFORWARD!
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5y, 11m agoPosted 5 years, 11 months ago
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#1
First
Arkansas
then
Louisiana
now
Sweden!


Edited By: Mellow Yellow on Jan 06, 2011 13:09
#2
Didn't get past episode 3 of Flashforward, did it ever explain itself?
#3
conspiracy .....
#4
sancho1983
Didn't get past episode 3 of Flashforward, did it ever explain itself?

did you even read the links?? lol
1 Like #5
Hosea:

4:3 Therefore shall the land mourn, and every one that dwelleth therein shall languish, with the beasts of the field, and with the fowls of heaven; yea, the fishes of the sea also shall be taken away.

Birds and fish dying all over the world? judgement day approaching.?
Millions of dead fish surfaced in Maryland's Chesapeake Bay in the U.S., Tuesday, while similar unexplained mass fish deaths occurred across the world in Brazil and New Zealand. On Wednesday, 50 birds were found dead on a street in Sweden. The news come after recents reports of mysterious massive bird and fish deaths days prior in Arkansas and Louisiana.

The Baltimore Sun reports that an estimated 2 million fish were found dead in the Chesapeake Bay, mostly adult spot with some juvenile croakers in the mix, as well. Maryland Department of the Environment spokesperson Dawn Stoltzfus says "cold-water stress" is believed to be the culprit. She told The Sun that similar large winter fish deaths were documented in 1976 and 1980.

ParanaOnline reports that 100 tons of sardines, croaker and catfish have washed up in Brazilian fishing towns since last Thursday. The cause of the deaths is unknown, with an imbalance in the environment, chemical pollution, or accidental release from a fishing boat all suggested by local officials.

In New Zealand, hundreds of dead snapper fish washed up on Coromandel Peninsula beaches, many found with their eyes missing, The New Zealand Herald reports. A Department of Conservation official allegedly claims the fish were starving due to weather conditions.

While all three events are likely unrelated, they come after recent reports of mysterious dead birds falling from the sky in both Arkansas and Louisiana. Thousands of dead birds were found in Beebe, Arkansas on New Year's Eve, and a few days later, around 500 of the same species were found 300 miles south in Louisiana. A Kentucky woman also reported finding dozens of dead birds scattered around her home. In the days prior to New Year's, nearly 100,000 fish surfaced in an Arkansas river 100 miles west of Beebe. Officials are now saying that fireworks likely caused the Arkansas bird deaths, and power lines may be to blame for the death of the birds in Louisiana.

Some remain skeptical of the explanations. Dan Cristol, a biology professor and co-founder of the Institute for Integrative Bird Behavior Studies at the College of William & Mary, told the AP that he was hesitant to believe fireworks were to blame unless "somebody blew something into the roost, literally blowing the birds into the sky."
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if only there was a phenomenon that wiped out all the dalmatians..............
#7
Wow that reminds me it's been a year since that was on now, that has gone quick.
[mod][Moderator]#8
barky
if only there was a phenomenon that wiped out all the dalmatians..............

aww you don't really mean that, you love the dog really, I bet you give it big sloppy kisses when no one is around and talk baby talk to it( like my oh does with our jack russells when he thinks he's on his own ):D
#9
I watched Flashforward, also "V" - what a waste of time! I wish I could have flashed forward to the last episode then not bothered watching.
#10
I didn't immediately recognise this book, is it the Hebrew bible or latter day saints?
Hope its not to late in the day to repent all my sins - theres enough beasts in the cities, dont want to live in the fields with them. oO

choc1969
Hosea:

4:3 Therefore shall the land mourn, and every one that dwelleth therein shall languish, with the beasts of the field, and with the fowls of heaven; yea, the fishes of the sea also shall be taken away.

Birds and fish dying all over the world? judgement day approaching.?
Millions of dead fish surfaced in Maryland's Chesapeake Bay in the U.S., Tuesday, while similar unexplained mass fish deaths occurred across the world in Brazil and New Zealand. On Wednesday, 50 birds were found dead on a street in Sweden. The news come after recents reports of mysterious massive bird and fish deaths days prior in Arkansas and Louisiana.

The Baltimore Sun reports that an estimated 2 million fish were found dead in the Chesapeake Bay, mostly adult spot with some juvenile croakers in the mix, as well. Maryland Department of the Environment spokesperson Dawn Stoltzfus says "cold-water stress" is believed to be the culprit. She told The Sun that similar large winter fish deaths were documented in 1976 and 1980.

ParanaOnline reports that 100 tons of sardines, croaker and catfish have washed up in Brazilian fishing towns since last Thursday. The cause of the deaths is unknown, with an imbalance in the environment, chemical pollution, or accidental release from a fishing boat all suggested by local officials.

In New Zealand, hundreds of dead snapper fish washed up on Coromandel Peninsula beaches, many found with their eyes missing, The New Zealand Herald reports. A Department of Conservation official allegedly claims the fish were starving due to weather conditions.

While all three events are likely unrelated, they come after recent reports of mysterious dead birds falling from the sky in both Arkansas and Louisiana. Thousands of dead birds were found in Beebe, Arkansas on New Year's Eve, and a few days later, around 500 of the same species were found 300 miles south in Louisiana. A Kentucky woman also reported finding dozens of dead birds scattered around her home. In the days prior to New Year's, nearly 100,000 fish surfaced in an Arkansas river 100 miles west of Beebe. Officials are now saying that fireworks likely caused the Arkansas bird deaths, and power lines may be to blame for the death of the birds in Louisiana.

Some remain skeptical of the explanations. Dan Cristol, a biology professor and co-founder of the Institute for Integrative Bird Behavior Studies at the College of William & Mary, told the AP that he was hesitant to believe fireworks were to blame unless "somebody blew something into the roost, literally blowing the birds into the sky."
banned#11
is the series coming back???????
#12
usniff
is the series coming back???????


No, thankfully. Personally I thought it was great to start with but very quickly lost thwe plot, very much like the Walking Dead IMO.
#13
the walking dead has only 6 episodes... didn't really have a plot to start with :)
#14
blame al-qaeda

or aliens
banned 1 Like #15
Its an antidote to Bird Flew
banned#16
greg_68
usniff
is the series coming back???????


No, thankfully. Personally I thought it was great to start with but very quickly lost thwe plot, very much like the Walking Dead IMO.


Both are brill lol, wuldnt like watching tele with you :P
#17
arcangel111
sancho1983
Didn't get past episode 3 of Flashforward, did it ever explain itself?


did you even read the links?? lol


ermmm. Did you?

The three links make no mention of Flashforward?
#18

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